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About Rye Grill and Bar
The Rye Grill and Bar reopened to large crowds in January 2009 after a major renovation that boasts four separate dining rooms, fireplaces and a front porch. Long-time patrons will be relieved to know that it's still the casual neighborhood spot they've always loved. The Grill offers the same friendly service and menu favorites that made it a crowd pleaser for fifteen years, from it's fried calamari, Cajun chicken quesadillas and 4-layer dip to its salads, pizzas, sandwiches, sliders and burgers. Popular entrees include the Rye Grill's signature farfalle with hot Italian sausage, pan roasted filet mignon, pot chicken and fish selections. Guests may have drinks and appetizers in its lively mahogany bar room on the first floor or enjoy a bit more quiet at the nautical themed bar upstairs. Dining room options accommodate all for, dinner and private parties. Valet parking is available at lunch during the week.
Rye, NY 10580
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Wednesday: 11:30a–9:00p
Thursday - Saturday: 11:30a–10:00p
Sunday: 11:00am – 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We have a private lot where we offer valet parking during lunch Monday thru Friday. Customers are welcome to park in the lot on there own at night and on weekends. The restaurant is in the Rye train station parking lot. So on weekends and after 7pm weeknights there are plenty of spots.
Metro North New Haven Line has a stop in Rye. The train will let you out across the parking lot to the restaurant.
Billy Esteves & Brian Nelsen
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Rye Grill and Bar Ratings and Reviews
The dining room was so loud that the waiter apologized to us when we were seated. As soon as our food was served we asked for the check so we could leave as quickly as possible. We have been here before but the noise level was never this high. We will not be returning there for a Friday evening meal.
Rye Bar & Grill is a lovely restaurant located in Rye, New York. It is a few steps away from the Rye train station and very close to the town. We enjoyed a wonderful birthday dinner with friends. Our woman server was so nice and courteous. I enjoyed the Butternut Squash soup and salad with goat cheese and walnuts. Everyone else loved their steaks and burger etc. Fabulous eatery in Rye!
Been here many of times, we were a party of four and we were treated with respect the moment we arrived to being seated to being waited on, the appetizer round of popcorn shrimp along with potato skins, to the entree of grilled swordfish with asparagus with mash potatoes, farfaalle pasta with sausage, along with pepper crusted ahi tuna, the meal was delicious.
The waited was very attentive and knowledgeable, if in the area it’s a must try.
We have come here for years, way before the renovations. I am finding that it is pricier and not really better. I had a organic mixed greens salad with warm goat cheese, walnuts and I added grilled chicken. The price was $20. Seriously? No tomato or other fruit or veggie! I overheard our server describing a salad special to another table that was not told to us. My order was ready to come out so it was too late to change the order. I know there are many other choices in the area so I will seek another place to dine.
Love the swordfish sandwich, but high noise level and so so service.
I come here for the swordfish sandwich. It's delicious. If not overcooked. So I ask for the fish to be slightly undercooked, which the waiter struggled over, not knowing whether that was "medium rare" or not. It's pretty common for a restaurant to describe its own version of medium, rare, etc. with regard to meat. But fish seems to be a problem. I also asked for the french fries to be extra crispy. So the fish came overcooked and the fries came underdone. I don't know if it was the waiter not bothering to pass along my requests - he did seem like he was on automatic pilot - or the kitchen disregarding them. Either way, not good.
And like so many restaurants it's as if they try to make it noisier, with wood floors, high ceilings, etc. Do people really want to yell their conversation over dinner?
The noise level won't get fixed. But I'm hoping for a better outcome next time on how I'd like my food. I know this place gets busy. But if the waiter and/or the kitchen ignore customer requests, there's no point in going here anymore.
We had fried clam strips and popcorn shrimp for first course. Both were very good and not at all greasy. Second courses were good but not great; they were mussels and clams and the steak sandwich.
Wait staff was very nice and apologetic for a snafu. As a result manager comped drinks which was very welcome
We ate outside on porch which was lovely despite facing parking lot and trains. We chose outside because inside seemed very noisy when we arrived (on a busy Saturday night).
The good news? Food was on point! We had calamari, chopped salad and swordfish with a $50 bottle of Bennett's Reserve Cab. Delish! Service: less than impressive. Unfortunately. Pretty much did the minimum requirement of a server and nothing more. Tried killing with kindness, but still uninterested in smiling. ☹️ But the food was great 🙂
We went to Rye Bar and Grill when relatives visited us. It was a Saturday brunch. The ramp was great for people with walking disability. The table was ready when we arrived. I like the open environment. The serving staff was great and food was super. Best crab cake in local area. I would recommend it.